A veritable institution in the world of classical music, the quartet has dazzled countless audiences and won the raves of reviewers worldwide. In the words of Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo, "The Romeros have developed the technique of the guitar by making what is difficult to be easy; They are, without a doubt, the grand masters of the guitar....Read More
The Romeros have developed the technique of the guitar by making what is difficult…to be, easy! They are, without a doubt, the grand masters of the guitar.
Joaquin Rodrigo, Spanish Composer
Collectively, they are the only classical guitar quartet of real stature in the world today; in fact, they virtually invented the format.
New York Times
Guardians of the Holy Grail of the Classical Guitar. What the Three Tenors are to the world of opera, The Romeros are to the classical guitar.
By turns precise and showy, the quartet elicited all manner of sounds from their instruments: from snare drum-like rat-a-tatting to castanet clacking. The playing reached an energetic high point during the two encores: "Noche en Malaga" by Celedonio Romero, and a rousing Flamenco improvisation to close out the show.
Ethan Gilsdorf, Globe Correspondent...Read More